Solve the equation using inverse gamma-function . n!=6.

idontknow Dec 2015 972 128 Earth Nov 5, 2019 #1 Solve the equation using inverse gamma-function . \(\displaystyle n!=6\).

topsquark Math Team May 2013 2,442 1,012 The Astral plane Nov 5, 2019 #2 idontknow said: Solve the equation using inverse gamma-function . \(\displaystyle n!=6\). Click to expand... I guess I have to ask: Do you know what the inverse gamma function is? (Frankly I'd just start guessing integers.) -Dan Reactions: 1 person

idontknow said: Solve the equation using inverse gamma-function . \(\displaystyle n!=6\). Click to expand... I guess I have to ask: Do you know what the inverse gamma function is? (Frankly I'd just start guessing integers.) -Dan

idontknow Dec 2015 972 128 Earth Nov 6, 2019 #4 \(\displaystyle 1<\sqrt{6 n}(n/e)^n \approx 2e\). \(\displaystyle n>e\) or \(\displaystyle n\approx 3 \).

\(\displaystyle 1<\sqrt{6 n}(n/e)^n \approx 2e\). \(\displaystyle n>e\) or \(\displaystyle n\approx 3 \).

M Micrm@ss Oct 2009 934 362 Nov 6, 2019 #5 idontknow said: \(\displaystyle 1<\sqrt{6 n}(n/e)^n \approx 2e\). \(\displaystyle n>e\) or \(\displaystyle n\approx 3 \). Click to expand... or n exactly equal to 3... Reactions: 1 person

idontknow said: \(\displaystyle 1<\sqrt{6 n}(n/e)^n \approx 2e\). \(\displaystyle n>e\) or \(\displaystyle n\approx 3 \). Click to expand... or n exactly equal to 3...